On analyzing the life of immigrants, it is primarily necessary to point out that, as a rule, they face the problem of the integration in the local community, which is accompanied by numerous difficulties caused by both economic and socio-cultural factors.
Consequently, the second generation of immigrants face a dilemma what model of behavior to develop traditional one, or probably it would be better to adapt to the local culture. They are known by many different names, come from divergent origins, and took widely different paths to becoming part of the United States.
Home Immigrants display an appreciation of the U. In actuality, the second generation of immigrants is also in a disadvantageous position compared to the local population because of the different initial opportunities they have Portes and Ruben Nevertheless, economic factors are not always related to socio-cultural ones and, in this respect, it is worthy to remind the problem of assimilation and necessity to keep ethnic cultural traditions the second generation of immigrants often faces.
Congress passed a literacy requirement in to curb the influx of low-skilled immigrants from entering the country. Armed Forces to immigrate to the United States.
As a rule, the payment gap between the two categories of immigrants may be quite wide and, what is more, the immigrants that lack the language proficiency are probably at the highest risk of being unemployed. Sympathetic attachment to the U.
Fewer 10 percent say they had received donations or free services from a charity or church. Danes had comparably low immigration rates due to a better economy; after many Danish immigrants were Mormon converts who moved to Utah. Afterhowever, following an initial influx from European countries, immigrants from places like Korea, China, India, the Philippines, and Pakistan, as well as countries in Africa became more common.
Farkas was Director of Research at Public Agenda, a nonprofit and nonpartisan think tank, from to Thus, taking into account all above mentioned, it is possible to conclude that immigrants face a number of serious socio-cultural and economic problems. Unquestionably, the existing problems are often closely interlinked and lead to the numerous difficulties immigrants face in a new country.
In this respect, it is worthy of mention that the difference in cultural norms may differ dramatically, to the extent that one and the same person may be totally different in different socio-cultural environment.
The Dillingham Commission was set up by Congress in to investigate the effects of immigration on the country. The foreign-born population in the U.
In fact, it is obvious that immigrants, who know the local language, have more chances to get successfully employed, or at any rate, they get a better job compared to those immigrants who either do not know the local language or the knowledge is insufficient.
Young people between the ages of 15 to 30 were predominant among newcomers. This raised the issue of whether the U. Not surprisingly, many immigrants stay in touch with folks back home: The numbers are from immigration statistics as listed in the Year Book of Immigration Statistics.
After the war, there were jobs for nearly everyone who wanted one, when most women employed during the war went back into the home. The sample is drawn from two sources: One of the most surprising findings from the research is how insistent immigrants are that learning English is critical for their success.
In contrast, more than three in four 76 percent have volunteered their time or contributed money to a community organization or church.
Portes, Alehandro, and Ruben G.In conclusion, being and immigran is not an easy way to live well and have a betterlife. For immigrants it is not easy to adopt the culture and the way that people behave.
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